Santo Paradise

Address: Beach Road, Perissa, Santorini, Cyclades, 84703, Greece | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Beach Road, Perissa, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Perissa

Fast Jet Boat that took so long

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Oct 15, 2015

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... on board the fast jet ferry to Athens or Piraeus Port and had been told the trip would take five hours. Five hours has come and gone and we are still tossing our way across the sea and will be for another 2 1/2 hours apparently. Its turned into a bit of epic journey and although its more comfortable than a plane its still a very long time to be sitting around and we won't be climbing into bed before 11.30 tonight. Its quite a rough ride at the moment as the ...


A travel blog entry by kimmybaby on May 27, 2014

... everyday tourist. I believe people who holiday there have money and found the shopkeepers only to be interested in those who buy. 125eros for a bikini from Brazil! The backstreets of the old town are lovely to walk through, beautiful flowers and pele obviously take care and pride in painting their buildings, however there is a snobbery about the place where dining is also expensive. Many French, German and Spanish tourists here. Lots of seafood. Kolymbtheres beach is ...

Santorini Exploration

A travel blog entry by tannermarshall on Jun 15, 2013

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Turns out rental cars can go a long way when you're on a tiny paradise island. We cruised down to the south-western tip to see/swim in the red sand beach, which was as one can imagine, pretty amazing. Then we toured some ancient civilization ruins at Akrotiri, a city that was essentially destroyed by earthquakes, rebuilt, destroyed, rebuilt, etc. ...

Paros and Santorini

A travel blog entry by shiiuga on Dec 22, 2010


... hotel, and when I was introduced to the proprietor (who spoke no English) they seemed confused about me staying there. It was almost like they had no record of my booking or something. Anyway, when an English speaker was eventually found to translate, it was explained to me that my room would be ready shortly. I then enquired about the supposedly free transfer to the port the next morning, which I was swiftly informed would be €10, and not free at all.


A travel blog entry by islandhoppper on Jun 11, 2010

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... and incredibly interesting. I think the most interesting thing I've started to realize is how much modern architecture is based off of the architecture from these ancient buildings and just how much similarity there actually was between us and the people from so many years ago.

In a lot of my pictures you will see ancient ruins and they may just look like rocks, but it's incredible to see that they even still exist and even more incredible is that ...

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